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city. after the san francisco mayor and supervisor harvey milk were shot dead in 1978. that is how dianne feinstein became mayor of san francisco in 1978. and that's what she was talking about today. to ted cruz when she talked about seeing the bodies. an incident in which she had to put her fingers into the bullet holes to try to find a pulse that she did not find. san francisco was a stunned city again in 1993 when a gunman walked into an office at 101 california street holding a pair of semiautomatic weapons. he had modified them so they could fire even faster your typical semiautomatic weapon. with those weapons he killed eight people and wounded six others before he killed himself. it was in reaction to that massacre at 101 california that then senator dianne feinstein led the national fight for an assault weapons ban. in 1994, and at the time, nobody said it would pass. but it did pass and it was in effect for ten years. while the constitution survived and everything. president george w. bush and the republican controlled congress let that law expire ten years later in 2004.
in san francisco is an abomination. >> john mccain drops the boom on rand paul. >> and he needs to do more than pull political stunt that fire up impressionable libertarian kids in their college dorms. >> and lindsey graham calls out his own party. >> i don't remember any of you coming down here suggesting that president bush was going to kill anybody with a drone. >> tonight, james carville on the republican chaos on the senate floor. and i'll also tell you about an actual filibuster that matters. and why leader harry reid is to blame. >>> paul ryan visits the white house. and the president is getting ready to serve up the big three. senator bernie sanders joins me to tell the president to hold the line on earned benefits. >>> and netflix strikes gold with the political drama "house of cards." >> your life, peter, and what i know about it, you should assume there's no such thing aas a secret. >> tonight actor michael kelly is here with all the latest on his hit series. >> good to have you with us, folks. thanks for watching. last night on this program we showed you this chart from th
in january but held off because of these looming cuts. >>> former vice president al gore is being sued in san francisco federal court over the sale of his network. tv consultant said that he came up with the idea of selling al jazeera but that he was cut of the deal. >>> the new biography roger ailes has some juicy comments of fox news. and he said of newt gingrich, newt's a blank. >>> every home owner in nelson, georgia could be require that every household have a firearm. the town has 254 households. it could become law at the next council meeting. >>> and tough talk long island congressman peter king is about to fight. he's going to box the kickboxing champ irish joe foley at a pub on friday. that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> portions of the northeast hit hard by superstorm are bracing for coastal flooding as a late winter storm continues to march east. in new jersey, incredible video shows the storm's powerful wind gust making land fall. >>> now for a look at the national weather, we have nbc meteorologist bill karins. you had quite a reaction to the peter king's story.
this year, not to be outdone, san francisco 49ers sent a sixth round draft pick to the ravens for wide receiver anquan boldin. boldin torched the 49ers in the ravens super bowl win. >>> it appears mark sanchez will begin the 2013 campaign at the top of the jets depth chart. the newly hired jets offense iv coordinator said sanchez would have a leg up and is likely to win the job again. this despite the fact that sanchez last season had 26 turnovers and just 13 touchdowns. his main competition figures to be dave gerard who has not played an nfl game since 2010. tim tebow also on the roster. good luck sorting that south. >>> another new york story involving depth charts. the biggest spenders in baseball, the yankees, are making an effort to show fiscal restraint paul ryan style and get under the luxury tax threshold. the yankees will try to cut $18 million from their payroll, which is currently $207 million that way they can stop paying the luxury tax and they will be eligible for financial reimbursement. the franchise, though, is not hurting for cash. the team is valued at almost 2 billi
with 296 votes. 133 house members voted against it, including a congresswoman from san francisco who was working her way up the leadership ladder. >> let's do what is proportionate, appropriate, which mitigates risk for our young people, another cost in addition to human lives, cost to terrorism and cost to the economy and another cost to our budget. this cost can be unlimited, unlimited. there is no political solution on the ground in iraq. let's not be fooled by that. >> thanks to the much maligned hollywood liberals, there were actually more famous actors against the war than there were members of congress against the war. the first actor i heard speak out against going to war in iraq was then playing the president of the united states in an emmy award winning television series. >> by some demented form of logic, the men, women and children of iraq are relegated to collateral damage as the dogs of war slouch towards baghdad. >> and yes, standing with martin sheen were his fellow "west wing" cast members. if martin was the first actor to speak out, his california neighbor sean penn
was nine years old. i still remember that moment in san francisco city hall, raising my right hand with my mother. it was so emotional, impactful and exciting, i can only imagine how folks feel being in front of the president helping administer the oath. >> it is such an experience to be there. >> it is beautiful. >> we are going there shortly when the president speaks which we expect to happen in about two minutes. one comment that has been made about the debate that's been on the hill about immigration reform when you look at high skill versus low skill, the high tech visa piece, this could hurt women more than men. talk about that when you look at the low skill issue in terms of bringing in new immigrants to the united states. >> not just for high skilled labor but low skilled labor, the majority of individuals that cross the border undocumented or overstay the visa happen to be men, and that's because they are often times the ones that are the breadwinners at home, come to this country and send money back home. part of the problem is how do you talk about, one of the biggest snags you
, california, oakland and san francisco. oakland and san francisco collected hundreds of guns. they paid hundreds of dollars for each one of them. in brooklyn new york, in december, the police department and district attorney's office co-sponsored a gun buyback. again they got hundreds of guns off the street. baltimore, maryland, police officers traded grocery store gift cards for guns. and in los angeles, the city's gang-reduction unit sponsored a gun buyback program that brought in 2,000 weapons. orange county, new york. the sheriff's office there ran a buyback program that ran for three months state, $150 for any gun turned in, ran for three months straight. that's the haul they got. fremont, new jersey, a gun buyback. at the city's fire training facility. paying more than $150,000 in exchange of rifles and assault rifles. santa clara county, california, has had two gun buyback programs just this month. the county provided the money to exchange for the guns. last weekend, atlantic city, new jersey, their guns for cash buyback in atlantic was the second most successful in state history
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cash. the fbi is investigating. >>> and finally, at the san francisco zoo, newly released video of a sumatran tiger cub. the adorable animal was born last month and just recently received a clean bill of health during its first examination. for now, the zoo plans to limit public viewing to just a few hours each week. he is adorable. >>> well, turning now to sports, the chicago bulls were the team that finally ended miami's winning streak. the heat won 27 games in a row, but chicago got the better of lebron and his teammates for a 101-97 victory. the heat's record is the second longest in the history of american major pro sports behind only the 33 streak by the lakers in 1971. >>> well, the stadium in rio de janeiro, brazil, that's supposed to host the track and field events at the olympics is closed for safety reasons. officials found safety problems with parts of the stadium. >>> in ncaa basketball, the tournament resumes with the sweet 16. and in the east, indiana faces four-seed syracuse and miami plays marquette. in the west, it's ohio state against arizona and wichita state
with ashley judd, because it would be such a circus act, like san francisco. you can't make it up. lives in tennessee. but now they're going to have a real, more conventional race, which makes it tougher for mcconnell. >> if you want to sound smart today, remember, there are seven democrats in states that are running for re-election 2014 in states that mitt romney won, and many of them he won decisively. that's why democrats are nerv s nervous. >> you're fast. >> we're quick. that's what we do for a living. >> we're fast. >> i appreciate it. >> this is kind of like a hint, like the oscar music. >> it's nice. >> go oh, get out of here! >> hey, we didn't play the music, at least, right? we want to thank maggie, mike, jim, politico's finest joining us here on "way eartoo early." why are you awake? your morning e-mails, tweets and texts are next. ♪ some people will do anything to help eliminate litter box odor. ♪ discover tidy cats pure nature. clumping litter with natural cedar, pine, and corn. many cereals say they're good for your heart, but did you know there's a cereal that's recom
of baby boomers face the end of their careers with inadequate savings. joining me live from san francisco is nona who is a fellow at the roosevelt institute and a cofounder of "tomorrow" magazine. here at the table are my folks. i just want to start with you. i think there's this -- you know, i started with hunger games. and part of these novels are about adolescents roo reading it. young people are facing the present. >> i loved annie's piece. what she was saying is millenials are obsessed about money because we don't have it. we feel like we've been getting the short end of the stick and we kpcan't take it anymore. that's why occupy happened. the conflict that she talked about is a little more inner. but it's two sides of the same coin. we are very aware of what happened to our generation. >> if we look at millenials, it still feels like two fundamental classes and perhaps more than. on one hand the people with the huge student loan debt who are over educated and underemployed. hen there's those who don't have college degrees. how do we think about a generation that is so divided in tha
with a san francisco television station, the president hinted that the announcement was coming. >> the solicitor general is looking at this. i have to make sure i'm not injecting too much of myselves into this. i can tell you obviously my personal view is that i think that same-sex couples should be treated equally. >> by the way, propyl probably wouldn't pass in california today. just think about that. >>> every friday in this off year, we're going to look at the 2016 landscape, what moves potential candidates made during a various week. it's very early in the 2016 process, but it's beginning. the one with the most attention was governor chris christie. some conservatives were alarmed. >> i think this is a vast overreaction, a mistake. >> i didn't know that i hadn't been invited to cpac. they don't want to invite me, that's their call. >> david axelrod pointed out the snub doesn't exactly hurt christie in the blue state of new jersey. today he raises money with ousted moderate scott brown in boston. last night he was fund-raising with another 2016 hopeful, bock bob mcdonnell.
% in san francisco. the second question, will we have to do it all over again? if no one gets more than 50% today, they advance to the one-on-one run-off on may 21st. polls open today and close at 11 pm eastern time. and by the way, the hispanic vote, there's no natural constituency. eric garcetti can claim some hispanic heritage. it's going to be fascinating to watch. this one's not over after tonight. by the end of former florida governor jeb bush's tour, there isn't going to be anybody who has a doubt that he is serious about running for president in 2016. he's reducing this book tour to raise his hand to wanting to become a major player in the republican party's attempts to rebuild. he's not shying away from raw politics. when i sat down with him, he pulled no punches about the mistakes he believes mitt romney made in 2012, specifically on the issue of immigration. >> for a guy who is as talented as he is and who i think would have earnestly gone about the job of being president in a way that would have brought people together, i don't get it. it became clear that if you turn people of
about, but the united states of america, barack obama will bomb san francisco with drones. that's total fantasy, but i do have a concern about how we fight terrorism while protecting the constitutional rights of the american people. and i think the cia has not always been there. i kind of want to send a message to the white house about those concerns. the grand vote was 3-34. senator bernie sanders, great to have you on, as always. thank you. >> thank you very much. >> absolutely. >>> coming up, maverick versus rand paul and the rising star that senator might have as we see senator john mccain and lindsey graham, as we just mentioned. they were getting pushback to taking to the floor to slam rand paul. >>> plus signed it, but now he wants the supreme court to overturn it. we're going to talk with former fob david mixner. that leads to the question of the day for you -- what do you think of bill clinton's about-face on doma? ♪ [ female announcer ] from tracking the bus. ♪ to tracking field conditions. ♪ wireless is limitless. [ female announcer ] from more efficient payments. ♪ t
mining and weren't for san francisco republicans love using. two great names here. ashley judd and alison grimes. amazing names. so this is for the big enchilada. the 2014 senate races. can they take out mitchell mcconnell like the senate republicans took out tom daschle a democratic leader a few years ago. democrats are starting to get worried ashley judd is too easy and too much material to work with her so they want basically a blank slate. allison grimes has been the state -- >> secretary of state. >> secretary of state for just a year. joe knows the best way to have a clean record in public office is to not be there very long and someone new in office and with a powerful family in the state. her dad is a union leader. her dad has been the state party chairman. so people love the idea of her running at a state political event. bill clinton took her aside and ad a 35-minute conversation said we are reporting that both he and secretary clinton would support her if she decided to run. >> obviously, love, michael steele, to have judd run whether she is running from tennessee or or san fra
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elected to public office in the state of california when he won a seat on the san francisco board of supervisors. he was in office less than a year, helping to pass a landmark gay rights ordinance before he was assassinated, while at work in his office, in city hall. joining me for his first national television interview, harvey milk's nephew, stuart milk, president of the harvey milk foundation that supports lbgt freedom movements on five continents. thank you very much for joining me tonight, stuart. >> it is a pleasure to be here, lawrence, on such a historic night. >> these are the nights when we think of harvey milk, we think of the people that were in this battle decades ago and we wish he was around so we could ask him how he feels. he would be 83 i think now. and he would be watching bill o'reilly agree with him on something like this. what does it feel like for you this historic week in the supreme court. >> well, it is an amazing journey we've been on. and i really do see my uncle as actually being with us in many ways. a lot of people ask me if i'm saddened that my uncl
of a jesuit education. >> harvey milk, when he was elected to the san francisco board of supervisors. their city council. in 1977. he said progress for gay rights would only come when gay people themselves come out of the closet. listen to him. audio of the great harvey milk in 1977, the same year he was killed, assassinated. >> we must continue to speak out and most importantly, most importantly, every gay person must come out. >> what do you say to the young man or woman who wants to pursue the kind of ambitions you held? and a lot of us have held? should they come out? should they come out or not if they're gay? >> if i can back up for a second, i think harry milk was very much right. when you look at people like evan wohlson and andrew sullivan talking about gay marriage, you look at a generation ago, people like larry cramer, david rothenberg, people if you will, leaders in the gay rights community, particularly around the aids crisis, that the gay community didn't have the luxury of silence because silence was implicit with death. and so the gay community began to become politi
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of that, though, it was really interesting in "the san francisco chronicle" today. they talked about why people back the nra. feinstein, meaning of course the senator who has backed the assault weapons ban, doesn't hear gunshots every night as leon blakely of oakland, california, tells me he does. blakely joined the nra on sunday. his advice on life, own a gun and a fishing pole. you'll survive. i mean, a part of this, i think, really does deal with don't you think, karen, a certain level of fear? >> well, i also think it's part -- again, i think people maybe in new york and some parts of the country don't understand the degree to which guns are part of the culture in other parts of the country. i was just in south carolina this week, and people there say that the gun stores are basically out of guns. there is a huge run on guns. right now the nra has succeeded in convincing people that some of these restrictions are sort of the first step to the government coming into your house and trying to take away your guns. so that, i think, has been the, you know, the strength of their appeal. mu
,000. but as of december, it was 245,000. joining me live in san francisco is the reporter who brought the facts to light, the center for investigative reporting. also at the table, patrick murphy, the first iraq veteran to serve in the u.s. congress and kayla williams, fellow with the truman national security project and center for national policy. also, the author of "love my rifle more than you." young and female in the u.s. army. i want to start with you, aaron. since your reporting largely brought the issue back to light of the reporting. what is the central problem facing the va? >> the central problem is that they're not able to deal with this flood of iraq and afghanistan veterans coming home at the same time that a lot of vietnam veterans are finally being allowed to claim illnesses caused by agent orange. this is a paperwork problem. you know, they have so much paperwork ha they just simply can't put it through. as you mentioned, the documents that we obtained, showed that even though they had spent half a billion dollars trying to computer eyes this thing over the last four years, 97% of these
hadn't said what he should have never said to the rich people in san francisco about clinging to guns and religion he would have been better off. it's fascinating how new technology, social networking is really demock ratizing things on both sides. >> he wanted to make sure it was organic. he wanted to make sure the american people knew he wasn't going to be profiting off this. that this was a real deal, that people needed to know, and he wanted to go in the grassroots and let it grow from there. the big thing, i am -- i was so struck by the nobility of this man and the character of this man and how -- how untarnished -- how unvarnished he was. he was not tarnished politically in any way, shape or form. and he talks about that tonight. this was not a get moment. this was something he fell into. and it evolved into a political game changer. i don't think fundraisers are ever going to be the same again. >> i think the secrecy, privatesy is gone. i hope everyone sticks around after my show tonight and watches your show. ed schultz with the big get tonight. we'll be watching your exclusiv
the horrors of gun violence, goldie, as you say, it's dianne feinstein. she became mayor of san francisco in '78 because a gunman assassinated the sitting mayor and murdered gay rights pioneer harvey milk. we saw senator feinstein sticking up for herself. take a listen to her back on that day when she confronted gun violence firsthand. >> both mayor musconi and supervisor harvey milk have been shot and killed. >> goldie, i would only point out that the day those assassinations happened, november 28th, 1978, ted cruz was just 7 years old. so how come he's now lecturing senator feinstein about firearms? >> you know, to say that there are no limits on the second amendment is like saying there's no limit on the right of free speech. of course there's a limit on free speech. there's libel, slander. of course, there are limtss on the second amendment as well. you don't have the right to own a bazooka. you don't have the right to own a military-style weapon if the government decides to curtail some of that. so i -- i think that ted cruz is on a bit of slippery ground here to use his own words. a
the bloodshed in san francisco when she was elevated to become the mayor after the assassinations there? the personal experience of dianne feinstein informs this. and the personal experience of being a senator from connecticut, and representing as a congressman, the newtown area certainly informs you on this issue. >> well that's absolutely right. the fact is that when this tragedy hit newtown i was there at the firehouse that day as families watched and wait ford their kids to come back and they didn't show. when we realized what had happened, we had far too many colleagues i could call to ask for advice on how i could be relevant to the healing process, there are way too many cities, way too many schools and communities that have gone through this. this is not a fair fight for a number of reasons. it's not a fair fight because ted cruz is not going to beat deian feinstein on question of constitutionality. there's no question about whether or not the assault weapons ban is constitutional. why do we know that? we had it in place for ten years in this country and it was never declared un
, living in new york or san francisco, therefore i'm for gay marriage. rather than saying, my son is gone now. is it different where you live? >> self-segregation where people who want to be out to go metropolitan areas and so, therefore, do attitudes change in a less rapid pace in, for instance, rural areas where they may not feel as comfortable? that's actually a really interesting question i've not seen people examine. but, you know, regardless, i would say, for one thing, and i was reminded by this listening to jonathan talk about people whose parents still kind of won't acknowledge it. let's give credit to rob portman's son here who did a really brave thing. he was at yale university. relative to the rest of america, that's not a terribly difficult place to come out. however, he is the son of a prominent republican politician and that is an extremely difficult thing to do. but the other point i'd make, chris, here, and this may relate back to your original point about different areas of the country. there's majority support seems maybe sort of just barely in the polling in this count
doesn't want to step out of the closet, we open the door for them. >> the whole state is in san francisco, harvey. >> yeah. >> harvey, that could be really dangerous. there is such a thing as a right to privacy. >> in this moment at this time, i'm not saying this as a supervisor, try tell willing the truth for a change. if there is anyone in this room right now who hasn't told their family, friends, employers, do it now. >> my folks know already. >> my dad doesn't know yet. >> thif they know, they know on of us. >> when a gay person comes out to their parents and perhaps the t is tentative and conditional and as they become more comfortable with a gay child and they say their gay child in relationships and he is their heartache and pain if the same and they see the love and commitment is the same as their straight children and that can radically trance farm family and it's our super power. >> rob portman. i is a republican senator from ohio. first as member of the house or one of his major legislative victories in the 199 0es is the defensive marriage act. he is defin rob /* rob
't want to step out of the closet, we open the door for them. >> the whole state is in san francisco, harvey. >> yeah. >> harvey, that could be really dangerous. there is such a thing as a right to privacy. >> privacy. in this moment at this time, i'm not saying this as a supervisor, try to seize the enemy. and if you want real political power, if that's what you want, try telling the truth for a change. sign here. if there is anyone in this room right now who hasn't told their family, friends, employers, do it now. >> my folks know already. >> my dad doesn't know yet. >> they vote for us 2-1, if they know they know one of us. >> when a gay person comes out to their parents and perhaps the acceptance initially is tentative and conditional, and as they become more comfortable with having a gay child or they see their gay child in relationships, they see their gay child have a breakup and see that the pain and the heartache is the same and when they see thy gay child in successful relationships they see the love and commitment is the same as their straight children and that can really
a digital and technology officer by april. even opening an rnc field office in san francisco. the report calls for big changes to the primary system for the presidential season. noting that the 20 presidential primary debates in 2012 were damaging to mitt romney. calls for prohibiting primary debates before september 1st, 2015. limiting the number of debates to 10 to 12 and possibly docking delegates from candidates who ignore the rules so that there are not, like, other debates around there. it also calls for moving the national convention up to late june or even july. shortening the primary process. priebus talked about the damage he believes the long primary did to romney yesterday on cbs. >> i think we had way too many debates with our candidates slicing and dicing each other. i think they had to wait too long to get to the convention. i'd do one a month. i'd have more say over the moderators, more say over the debate partners. i would limit the debate to a reasonable amount. i don't know. maybe seven or eight. but not 23. >> to think that romney's biggest problem was too many debate
in l.a., in san francisco, in seattle. he goes to austin, texas, probably the only liberal city in texas. and he asks these focus groups, how can we sound more friendly? but the base of the republican party, which is mostly in the south, and i don't mean austin, texas. they are more like donald trump. at this point, the core of their party are people whose core value is resentment. resentment against immigrants. resentment against minorities. and holding on to this economic philosophy that says give more and more tax break to the rich and the poor are bums. if they can't change that core problem, they can't add to the republican party. because most americans don't think that way. >> picking up on what you said -- >> chris, i want to add -- i would add to what joy said is even if the core isn't a majority of republicans, that base dominates their thinking. best example, the senate judiciary vote on universal background check. 93% of americans and all 8 republican senators voted against. they know better. they're afraid of their base. until they can stand up to that base, until th
to be setting up an rnc field office in the san francisco area for a more rational number of debates. what? what? was busy that month? how does that fix being scary and out of touch? what about policy and principles? >> to be clear, our principles are sound. >> sound principles? there's nothing sound about their aspirin tells. in the speech, the word "immigration" or "gale" never came up. just look at the party platform. they're called stuffy old men, and their platform is strictly anti-choice. they're called narrow-minded and the platform is against gale marriage. they're called scary, and the platform backs strict voting laws. this is a party that's out of touch with reality. joining me now is congresswoman jan schakowsky, and dana milbank, column irs, first, thank you. >> this does signal a shift for the party on immigration, but how can they possibly say their principles are sound? >> well, there's no way. they haven't talked much about principles. we're going to see some of their principles tomorrow when they vote on a budget that's going to change medicare into a voucher program, a dramati
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to go but the san francisco 49ers are coming at him and he is like what is the point of even running down the field. i'm not going make it. i'm a detroit lion. >> especially since we have reggie bush now. we're going to be in good shape. >> yes, that's what we always say. it is always going to be better. but i think seriously though, that the reason that in the past, with columbine, aurora, virginia tech, people forget about it after a few weeks and we move on to whatever else. people are not moving on. they are not moving on after newtown. and i think the reason is, and i can tell by the mail i get, there are too many parent who everyday drive their kids to school, and they open the door and this is what -- i mean, i've got this, more than a dozen times from mothers writing me and saying, i now when they open the door and i see them walk down the sidewalk into the school, i am sick that i have to feel like, is that last time i'm going to see my child. >> yeah. >> and because of that, because sense school went back into session after newtown, since january, millions of moms and dads
the country defines marriage and defense of rights of gay americans. marches and vigils are planned in san francisco and southern california. tomorrow morning, the justice there's hear arguments over california's gay marriage ban, referred to as prop 8. the plaintiffs, a gay couple and a lesbian couple appeared outside the court today. then on wednesday, the court will hear a case brought by 83-year-old widow edith windsor. she is challenging doma, the defense of marriage act. she said she was forced to pay taxes when her wife died. >> it was incredible expense. >> meanwhile, people who want to witness the cases firsthand began lining up outside the court on thursday. using tents, tarps, even umbrellas to shelter from today's snowfall. they're hoping to receive one of the roughly 60 seats available to the public. we learn one of those who will be inside the court is the lesbian couple of chief justice john roberts. jean podrasky will attend the hearings with her partner of four years. podrasky said this about her cousin. i believe he sees where the tide is going. i do trust him. i absolute
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,036 couples from 46 states and 8 countries who came into san francisco and got married. rob was one of the first people calling in 2004 celebrating that. he's been at it longer -- >> yes, i was talking about on this particular case. yes, no, i've been involved. >> let's talk about this judge we're all fascinated with. i've always liked anthony kennedy. he's in many ways a libertarian and believer in civil liberties. he certainly seemed to swing today giving sympathetic statements to both sides of the argument. at one point today he talked about the immediate legal injury being done to children of gay parents, if they lose their parents, as parents. let's listen. >> there's substantial -- that there's substance to the point that sociological information is new. we have five years of information to weigh against 2,000 years of history or more. on the other hand, there is an immediate legal injury or legal -- what could be a legal injury, and that's the voice of these children. there are some 40,000 children in california, according to the red brief, that live with same-sex parents. an
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